To begin I’m going to start off with the most popular social networks that people think “Break up their relationship”….notice i put that in quotations for the simple face social networks don’t break people up….Facebook and Twitter…Lets get into detail!
I don’t know how y’all are feeling but i’m personally tired of hearing “I’m
deactivating my Facebook page or I’m deleting my Twitter because it’s too much drama”
- Lets keep it real….We all know Facebook publish just about everything from who you are now friends with to who wall you wrote on. Nine times out of ten you get yourself in trouble not Facebook. Remember you are the one who post certain things on your page as far as statuses, commenting on photos, writing on certain people walls, sending messages, and exchanging passwords with your significant other.
Top Reasons Why People Break Up Over Facebook
- You are still friends with your ex after your bf/gf told you to delete or block them
- You liked somebody else’s status and your bf/gf is insecure to the point where they trip cuz u like somebody else’s status but you didn’t like theirs
- Your significant other don’t want to put the “in a relationship with” on their page so now you mad cuz you think they hiding something
- Your ex wrote on your wall, commented on your picture, commented or liked your status, or sent you a message
- You lied about where you was the night before and got caught up cuz somebody tagged you in a pic at the club you was at with them yesterday
- You are now friends with somebody who use to liked you or with your ex
- You never made profile pic
- They status say something you don’t approve of
- You wrote on their wall and they never replied back to you but they write everybody else back
- They won’t delete old pics of their ex on their page and it bothers you
- They won’t give you their password but they got yours
Why you shouldn’t get mad
- If you say you trust your bf/gf it shouldn’t bother you if they’re still friends with their ex’s. They should know their limitations.
- So what if your bf/gf don’t want to put the “In a relationship” with you on their page…Think about it this way…Y’all know that y’all are together…You don’t need to broadcast it to the whole world.
- It doesn’t matter if their ex commented on anything on their page…What matters is how they respond back..The smart thing to do in situations like that is to NOT respond at all.
- Don’t get mad at what their statuses be saying because it’s not your Facebook page its theirs!!!! Let them put what they want just like you can put what you want to.
- If they have old pics of ex’s on their page still do not get upset. Those pics were there before you and they’ll be there after you just like they are their after their ex….Leave it alone….Don’t be jealous or insecure about it…You’re with them now
- If you gonna get mad every time you log in as your bf/gf cuz you see a message or something somebody sent them do not exchange passwords….If you trust them then you don’t need to do that….What’s the point? If you have a secure relationship then you will believe everything they tell you and don’t have to prove it by having each other password
- I’ma keep this short, sweet, and get right to the point. Don’t get mad at what nobody else tweet….It’s their Twitter page….
- If you following someone just to be nosy and end up hurt then thats on you….Remember if you look for trouble you will find it!!!
- Stop putting all your business up on Twitter but get mad when somebody ask you “what’s wrong”
- Don’t get mad because you text your bf/gf and they didn’t reply back but you see that they’re clearly on Twitter…
All in all YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR WHAT YOU POST ON THE INTERNET SO STOP SAYING FACEBOOK OR TWITTER BROKE YOU UP CUZ IT DIDN’T….THERE WAS JUST PROBLEMS THROUGHOUT THE RELATIONSHIP ANYWAY AND FACEBOOK AND TWITTER PUT YOU ON BLAST CUZ YOU PUT YOURSELF ON BLAST
TOKYO – A magnitude 8.9 earthquake slammed Japan’s eastern coast Friday, unleashing a 13-foot (4-meter) tsunami that swept boats, cars, buildings and tons of debris miles inland. Fires triggered by the quake burned out of control up and down the coast, including one at an oil refinery.
At least one person was killed and there were reports of several injuries in Tokyo, hundreds of miles (kilometers) away, where buildings shook violently through the main quake and the wave of massive aftershocks that followed. A tsunami warning was issued for dozens of Pacific countries, as far away as Chile.
Japan’s meteorological agency said that within two hours, large tsunamis washed ashore into dozens of cities along a 1,300-mile (2,100-kilometer) stretch of the country’s eastern shore — from the northern island of Hokkaido to central Wakayama prefecture.
Prime Minister Naoto Kan said the quake caused “major damage in broad areas” but nuclear power plants in the area were not affected. The government prepared to send troops to the quake-hit areas.
“This is a rare major quake, and damages could quickly rise by the minute,” said Junichi Sawada, an official with Japan’s Fire and Disaster Management Agency.
TV footage showed waves of muddy waters sweeping over farmland near the city of Sendai, carrying buildings, some on fire, inland as cars attempted to drive away. Sendai airport, north of Tokyo, was inundated with cars, trucks, buses and thick mud deposited over its runways. Fires spread through a section of the city, public broadcaster NHK reported.
The tsunami also roared over embankments in Sendai city, washing cars, houses and farm equipment inland before reversing directions and carrying them out to sea. Flames shot from some of the houses, probably because of burst gas pipes.
Elsewhere, large fishing boats lay upturned on land, some distance from the sea.
Officials were trying to assess damage, injuries and deaths but had no immediate details. Police said at least one person was killed in a house collapse in Ibaraki prefecture, just northeast of Tokyo.
A large fire erupted at the Cosmo oil refinery in Ichihara city in Chiba prefecture near Tokyo and was burning out of control with 100-foot (30 meter) -high flames whipping into the sky.
NHK showed footage of a large ship being swept away by the tsunami and ramming directly into a breakwater in Kesennuma city in Miyagi prefecture.
In various locations along the coast, footage showed massive damage from the tsunami, with cars, boats and even buildings being carried along by waters. Partially submerged vehicles were seen bobbing in the water.
The U.S. Geological Survey said the quake was a magnitude 8.9, while Japan’s meteorological agency measured it at 8.4. It struck at 2:46 p.m. and was followed by 12 powerful aftershocks, seven of them at least 6.3, the size of the quake that struck New Zealand recently.
A tsunami warning was extended to a number of Pacific, Southeast Asian and Latin American nations, including Japan, Russia, Indonesia, New Zealand and Chile. In the Philippines, authorities said they expect a 3-foot (1-meter) high tsunami.
The quake struck at a depth of six miles (10 kilometers), about 80 miles (125 kilometers) off the eastern coast, the agency said. The area is 240 miles (380 kilometers) northeast of Tokyo.
In downtown Tokyo, large buildings shook violently and workers poured into the street for safety. TV footage showed a large building on fire and bellowing smoke in the Odaiba district of Tokyo.
Several nuclear plants along the coast were partially shut down, but there were no reports of any radioactive leakage.
In central Tokyo, trains were stopped and passengers walked along the tracks to platforms. NHK said more than 4 million buildings were without power in Tokyo and its suburbs.
The ceiling in Kudan Kaikan, a large hall in Tokyo, collapsed, injuring an unknown number of people, NHK said.
Osamu Akiya, 46, was working in Tokyo at his office in a trading company when the quake hit.
It sent bookshelves and computers crashing to the floor, and cracks appeared in the walls.
“I’ve been through many earthquakes, but I’ve never felt anything like this,” he said. “I don’t know if we’ll be able to get home tonight.”
Footage on NHK from their Sendai office showed employees stumbling around and books and papers crashing from desks. It also showed a glass shelter at a bus stop in Tokyo completely smashed by the quake and a weeping woman nearby being comforted by another woman.
Several quakes had hit the same region in recent days, including a 7.3 magnitude one on Wednesday.
Thirty minutes after the main quake, tall buildings were still swaying in Tokyo and mobile phone networks were not working. Japan’s Coast Guard has set up a task force and officials are standing by for emergency contingencies, Coast Guard official Yosuke Oi said.
“I’m afraid we’ll soon find out about damages, since the quake was so strong,” he said.
In Tokyo, hundreds of people were evacuated from Shinjuku train station, the world’s busiest, to a nearby park. Trains were halted.
Tokyo’s main airport was closed. A large section of the ceiling at the 1-year-old airport at Ibaraki, about 50 miles (80 kilometers) northeast of Tokyo, fell to the floor with a powerful crash.
Dozens of fires were reported in northern prefectures of Fukushima, Sendai, Iwate and Ibaraki. Collapsed homes and landslides were also reported in Miyagi.
Japan’s worst previous quake was in 1923 in Canto, which killed 143,000 people, according to USGS. An earthquake in Kobe city in 1996 killed 5,502 people.
Associated Press writers Jay Alabaster, Mari Yamaguchi, Tomoko A. Hosaka and Yuri Kageyama contributed to this report.